Mark A. Torres
Room Number: 224
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B.A. Pitzer College
low-temperature geochemistry, geobiology, surface processes
Broadly, my research focuses on the biogeochemical cycles of carbon, oxygen and sulfur with the intention of understanding the links between physical transport processes and chemical reactions. For this work, I combine laboratory experiments, field measurements, and numerical models.
Torres, Mark A., et al. "Long-term storage and age-biased export of fluvial organic carbon: field evidence from West Iceland." Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems (2020)
Torres, Mark A., et al. "The kinetics of siderophore-mediated olivine dissolution" Geobiology (2019)
Torres, Mark A., et al. "Riverine evidence for isotopic mass balance in the
Torres, Mark A., et al. "Glacial weathering, sulfide oxidation, and global carbon cycle feedbacks" Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (2017)
Torres, Mark A., et al. "The acid and alkalinity budgets of weathering in the Andes–Amazon system: Insights into the erosional control of global biogeochemical cycles." Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2016)
Torres, Mark A., et al. "Geomorphic regime modulates hydrologic control of chemical weathering in the Andes-Amazon" Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2015).
Torres, Mark A., A. Joshua West, and Gaojun Li. "Sulphide oxidation and carbonate dissolution as a source of CO2 over geological timescales." Nature (2014)
Torres, Mark A., and Robert R. Gaines. "Paleoenvironmental and Paleoclimatic Interpretations of the Late Paleocene Goler Formation, Southern California, USA, Based on Paleosol Geochemistry." Journal of Sedimentary Research (2013).
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